Kidbudget Reviews

Follow the links below to read the reviews of the Kidbudget system:

mom-blog.com

“Kid Budget, though, starts out on an entry level and Amelia can grow with it. After your child is up to speed with the tools, the first teaching chapter is titled, “What is this thing called money?” Even someone as money challenged as I am can teach from this book! Kid Budget allows kids to learn by doing things like listing items in their room…and trying to figure out what they might cost. There are also activities for kids to play along with, like design your own dollar bill and games you can play with a penny. Each chapter contains a set of similar activities.”

marinecorpsnomads.com

“The program is meant to be done at the child’s pace. They can spend as much or as little time as they want on it per day/week. (If you have a child that isn’t self-motivated, you may want to set up a schedule for them or set a deadline to complete the workbook.)”

lifeasmom.com

“Kidbudget is a cash management system designed with children in mind. With colorful pouches, a reminder wristband, and a full-color booklet that teaches the basics of money management, your kids can learn about money and how to be wise with it in a fun and age-appropriate way.”

growing-fruit.blogspot.com

“This is a very good tool for the home educator- either in a home or co-op/class setting- to teach a child about the ‘money flow.’ It could also be very beneficial for those in public or private school to reinforce or expand upon the ‘use’ of money; special or general education. This could be an ‘after school’ or summer activity. Families have various thoughts on things like allowance but at some point a child will need to learn how to handle their funds- whether it be from an allowance or simply from gifts they have received for their birthdays. This is a good tool for that.”

http://www.simplystacie.net/

“I would love to see homeschooling families get their hands on this. This is a valuable educational tool. Homeschooling families could go through this together. This covers so many educational areas. Math, critical thinking, life lessons, economics are just a few of the areas this covers.”

www.savingforsomeday.com

“If you’re looking for a way to teach your children about money management, consider Kid Budget. If you’re looking for a good way to ease in to the envelope system yourself, this could be a good way for you to do it too. BabyGirl loves the bright colors and the vault bag that keeps it all together. She loves seeing the little bags fill up and tracking how she’s getting closer to her goals.”

caflm.blogs.ca.gov

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